The major project of renovating Marie Curie Hospital in Bucharest, the largest children hospital in Romania, succesfully concluded. After 4 years of work, Scheherazade Foundation collected almost 1.5 million euro from various sponsors for the renovation of this 7 floor hospital where 50,000 children are treated every year. The opening of the seventh floor took place on february 9th 2011. Its renovation has been made possible thanks to donations made by Enel Cuore Onlus and Philips.

We thank all the contributors that made this project possible for the benefit of all Romanian children needing specialised treatment in this elite medical institution.

Marie Curie Hospital is the largest Romanian hospital for children, with 500 beds over 7 floors and 10,000 sq meters. It was built in 1984 as a donation from Poland for the Romanian people. The building and its interiors have never been renovated since.

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